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Computation and theory news, April 2023

Researchers have found that the hydrogel polyethylene glycol can absorb moisture from the atmosphere even as temperatures climb.

Researchers have unexpectedly discovered that excitations called ‘spin excitons’ can ‘ripple’ through a nickel-based magnet as a coherent wave.

Researchers have shown that machine learnng can identify hybrid pervoskites that are both high-performing and resiliant to environmental conditions.

Lightning invokes chemical reaction in a fulgurite

Researchers have created an environmentally friendly, high-efficiency photovoltaic cell that can harness ambient light to power internet of Things devices.

A novel computer model has revealed that the heating required for many catalytic processes is sufficient to break the chemical bonds in catalysts.

Researchers have developed a computational model that can predict which metal-organic frameworks will be most stable.

Strong interactions between the layers of a stack of 2D polymers can helped that stack retain the high stiffness and strength of a single 2D polymer.

Using liquid-phase transmission electron microscopy, researchers have observed nanoparticles self-assembling and crystalizing into solid materials.

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